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Packers, Bucks remain dedicated to Haiti relief three years after quake

Published Jan. 11, 2013

Green Bay Packers' tackle Marshall Newhouse and Milwaukee Bucks' center Samuel Dalembert have never met, but the two are now bound by one thing: Haiti. Saturday is the third anniversary of the 2010 earthquake that devastated the tiny Caribbean country, this is a story of how a country that seemingly has little to be happy for instills hope in all who visit.


Our Milwaukee organizes Haiti benefit

Published Jan. 27, 2010

Running from 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday, "Our Milwaukee 4 Haiti" benefit will support two locally connected organizations, Friends of the Orphans and Youthaiti, who are working to provide emergency earthquake relief and investing in long-term rebuilding.


OnMedia: Hemmer's "heartbreaking" days in Haiti

Published Jan. 19, 2010

Just back from a six-day reporting trip to Haiti, Fox News' Bill Hemmer reflects on hope and despair ... More signs that we'll soon be able to listen to Jonathon Brandmeier ... And Jay Leno gives his side of the story.


A Haitian orphanage housing local hope

Published Jan. 18, 2010

Locals Ron and Ronni Pruhs have volunteered at the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) orphanage in Port Au Prince since 1995. NPH runs facilities throughout Latin America and the Caribbean; specifically in Haiti, the facilities include a home for orphaned, abandoned and disadvantaged youth as well as the only free children's hospital in Haiti.


Shelley hopes "Eurydice" sheds light on Haiti

Published Nov. 12, 2008

For Lanise Antoine Shelley, a resident actor at the Milwaukee Reparatory Theater, this season's production of "Eurydice" is more than a show. Playing the performance's lead role and namesake, Shelley hopes to use the spotlight to shed light and generate awareness for her home country of Haiti.

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A Reboot In The Ass

Tuesday February 19th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL    I’ve been hitting the road rather hard of late, and completely welcomed the thought of a day off to rest and recuperate. Too bad today wasn’t it. Who has time to relax? I’ve got laundry piling up yet again, and all...

Flooded with emotions

The beads are brighter, the banners hanging all over the city seem vibrant, and the people’s laughter music to the ears. It’s hard to believe there is another city in America that represents the heartbeat of a nation struggling to survive, more than New Orleans.With the Haiti disaster...


Monday January 25th, 2010 - Lake Villa, IL   I’m ashamed to admit it, but I’m still buzzing from the delightful outcome of the whole Brett Favre interception situation yesterday. I got to savor it over and over on ESPN many times, and it just gets that much sweeter every tim...

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